Nintendo's newest hand held drops 3D for a slimmer design with access to the same great game library, but there is no performance upgrade to match the improved portability and design.
This week, the newest Lego adventure graced our consoles and computers: Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In an unusual twist for movie-based video games, Lego The Force Awakens has been released more than six months after its namesake. A little weird, right? Why not capitalize on that Star Wars fever in the winter? There could... Continue Reading →